We are calling on all Queenslanders to make a pledge to improve their health and wellbeing. Move more, make better food and drink choices, quit smoking, make time for relaxation or spend extra time with family and friends – whatever you need to do to make a healthy choice for you and your family. Our friends at Deadly Choices are supporting us by making pledges, will you?
To make a Boost your Healthy pledge, simply take a photo of yourself holding your completed pledge sign, or make a short video talking about your pledge, and upload it to Instagram or Twitter using the hastags #healthypledge #boostyourhealthy and #deadlychoices. You can also tag @deadlychoices and @healthandwellbeingqld to really make sure we see your pledge!
All pledges made go into the draw to win a weekly Deadly Choices prize pack, including backpack, hat and pencil case.
Entries close 5pm Wednesday 7 October so get pledging now to improve your health and wellbeing.
Deadly Choices aims to empower Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples to make healthy choices for themselves and their families – to stop smoking, to eat good food and exercise daily. The program encourages Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples to access their local Community Controlled Health Service and complete an annual ‘Health Check’. They also host a variety of community days, clinic activities, sporting carnivals, pop-up fitness classes, and visits from Deadly Choices ambassadors.
The program is funded by the Queensland Government through Health and Wellbeing Queensland.
To make a Deadly Choice, simply take a photo of yourself holding your completed Pledge sign, or make a short video talking about your pledge, and upload it to Instagram or Twitter using the hashtags #healthypledge #boostyourhealthy and #deadlychoices.
You can also tag @deadlychoices and @healthandwellbeingqld to really make sure we see your pledge!
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